This lovely Siena villa is located just a few minutes drive away from Siena’s main square Piazza del Campo in the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Ideal as a gentlemans residence or large family home. 10 Bedrooms and bathrooms.
Built during the second half of the 19th century, this Siena villa cover more than 1000 m2, and sits on 3 floors with an elegant facade and a single balcony.
Surrounded by more than 1.5 hectares of land with century old trees and a manicured garden, the property is accessed by a private gate, set amongst four decorated pilasters where a path highlighted by flowers, benches, and statues guide you to the villa.
The ground floor has an entrance, living room, dining room, a double living room with unique columns and vaults, a study, kitchen, bathroom, and guest bathroom. A grand staircase leads you to the first floor with four bedrooms, each with en suite bathroom, a reception room, two apartments for stuff or guests, each complete with living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. On the second floor there is a bedroom, with en suite bathroom, plus 3 more bedrooms, a study, and a separate bathroom.
In the centre of the garden in front of the villa, is a large and bright flower bed.
The property also includes an orangery which maintains its original details including a fountain, and requires restoration.
The English style garden is comprised of a meadow that is linked to the park through paths and travertine staircases.
There is currently no pool, but it is possible to build one on the property.
TYPE Siena Villa with orangerie and private park
SIZE 1000 square metres (10764 square feet)
FEATURES Original construction, frescoed ceilings and walls, terrace, vaulted ceilings, parquet flooring
LAND 1.5 hectares with centuries old olive trees and manicured garden
GARDEN Yes, very well maintained
POOL No, but possible
ELECTRICITY Already connected
WATER Already connected
GAS Already connected
TELEPHONE Already connected
Siena (3km; 6’); San Gimignano (38km; 40’); Montalcino (41km; 46’); Pienza (54km; 58’); Montepulciano (64km; 51’); Firenze (69km; 1h); Pisa (120km; 1 h 47’); Assisi (127km;1h 29’); Lucca (140km; 1h 31’); Gubbio (143km; 1h 43’); Todi (146km; 1h 34’); Forte dei Marmi (173km; 1h 52’)
Firenze Peretola (78km; 58’); Perugia Sant’Egidio (116km; 1h 16’); Bologna Marconi (172 km; 2h 44’); Pisa Galilei (116km; 1 h 38’); Roma Ciampino (226km; 2h 48’); Roma Fiumicino (267km; 2h 40’)